Joseph Hutchinson, 18521948 (aged 95 years)

Joseph Hutchinson 1852-1948
Name
Joseph /Hutchinson/
Given names
Joseph
Surname
Hutchinson
Birth October 11, 1852 28 29
Birth of a brotherRobert Francis Hutchinson
August 15, 1856 (aged 3 years)
Death of a paternal grandfatherRobert Hutchinson
January 23, 1858 (aged 5 years)
Burial of a paternal grandfatherRobert Hutchinson
January 1858 (aged 5 years)
Cemetery: Preemption Cemetery
Birth of a sisterMary Elizabeth Hutchinson
February 21, 1858 (aged 5 years)
Birth of a brotherThomas Johnston Hutchinson
September 25, 1861 (aged 8 years)
Birth of a brotherSamuel Henry Hutchinson
May 18, 1863 (aged 10 years)
Death of a maternal grandfatherJohn Johnston
November 15, 1867 (aged 15 years)
Burial of a maternal grandfatherJohn Johnston
November 1867 (aged 15 years)
Cemetery: Woods Cemetery
Birth of a brotherWilliam Francis Hutchinson
December 20, 1867 (aged 15 years)
Birth of a brotherFrancis Hutchinson
April 5, 1871 (aged 18 years)
Death of a brotherFrancis Hutchinson
March 21, 1873 (aged 20 years)
Burial of a brotherFrancis Hutchinson
March 23, 1873 (aged 20 years)
Note: Preemption Cemetery
MarriageMargaret Ann McClainView this family
March 25, 1879 (aged 26 years)
Marriage of a siblingJohn Hutchinson JrMary Elizabeth ArthurView this family
November 5, 1879 (aged 27 years)
Birth of a sonFrancis Emerson Hutchinson
March 4, 1880 (aged 27 years)
Death of a maternal grandmotherMary Johnston
April 5, 1880 (aged 27 years)
Burial of a maternal grandmotherMary Johnston
April 1880 (aged 27 years)
Cemetery: Woods Cemetery
Birth of a sonJohn W Hutchinson
April 15, 1882 (aged 29 years)
Death of a fatherJohn Hutchinson
October 11, 1882 (aged 30 years)
Burial of a fatherJohn Hutchinson
October 1882 (aged 29 years)
Cemetery: Preemption Cemetery
Death of a paternal grandmotherElizabeth Lipton
April 11, 1885 (aged 32 years)
Burial of a paternal grandmotherElizabeth Lipton
April 13, 1885 (aged 32 years)
Cemetery: Preemption Cemetery
Death of a motherMary Ann Johnston
May 25, 1885 (aged 32 years)
Burial of a motherMary Ann Johnston
May 1885 (aged 32 years)
Cemetery: Preemption Cemetery
Marriage of a siblingThomas Johnston HutchinsonEmma RamseyView this family
February 9, 1886 (aged 33 years)
Birth of a sonJoseph Raymond Hutchinson
December 23, 1886 (aged 34 years)
Death of a sonJohn W Hutchinson
November 23, 1889 (aged 37 years)
Birth of a sonHenry Hutchinson
April 27, 1890 (aged 37 years)
Marriage of a siblingRobert Francis HutchinsonPaulina ArthurView this family
about 1891 (aged 38 years)
Marriage of a siblingWilliam Francis HutchinsonNora Elizabeth JohnstonView this family
August 31, 1891 (aged 38 years)
Birth of a daughterMyrtle Irene Hutchinson
April 19, 1896 (aged 43 years)
Marriage of a childFrancis Emerson HutchinsonSarah Alice JohnstonView this family
September 18, 1907 (aged 54 years)
Marriage of a childJoseph Raymond HutchinsonMadge Edith GorsuchView this family
May 4, 1910 (aged 57 years)
Birth of a grandsonStanley Gorsuch Hutchinson
November 29, 1910 (aged 58 years)
Birth of a granddaughterLouise Allene Hutchinson
January 9, 1918 (aged 65 years)
Death of a sonFrancis Emerson Hutchinson
October 7, 1921 (aged 68 years)
Death of a brotherRobert Francis Hutchinson
January 22, 1926 (aged 73 years)
Death of a brotherWilliam Francis Hutchinson
March 6, 1926 (aged 73 years)
Burial of a brotherWilliam Francis Hutchinson
March 8, 1926 (aged 73 years)
Note: Masonic-IOOF Cemetery

Masonic-IOOF Cemetery

W HUTCHINSON Was Pioneer Resident of Scott Township.

William Hutchinson pioneer resident of Scott township died at his home Saturday morning, March 6th at 2:00 o'clock, following an illness of five weeks. Funeral services were conducted from the Methodist church Monday afternoon at 1:00 o'clock with the Rev A H Barker in charge. Interment was in Montezuma cemetery. The following obituary was read at the service:

"Weep not that his toils are over, Weep not that his race is run. God grant we may rest as calmly, When our work, like his is done."

William Hutchinson, son of John and Mary A Hutchinson, was born in Rock Island County, Illinois December 20, 1867. At the age of five years he came to Poweshiek County with his parents in 1872. The family consisted of nine children. They settled in Scott township where he attended the public school and grew to manhood. He was baptized in the Episcopal church in Illinois and later attended the Methodist church in Montezuma. He was married August 23, 1891 to Miss Nora Johnston and continued to live in Scott township practically all his life. To this union were born several children, three of whom, one daughter, Leta and two sons, Hazel and Lawrence and one grandson, Paul Anderson, having preceded him in death. Those who survive him besides his wife are: one daughter, Mrs Ethel Anderson and three sons, Merl, Nele and Harold, and five grandchildren, all in Scott township. He also leaves one sister, Miss Mary Hutchinson, and four brothers, Joseph, Henry and Thomas of Montezuma and John of Cedar Rapids. Three brothers, James, Frank and Robert, passed on before him. His brother Robert passed away in Oakland, California, January 22 of this year. (1926) Mr Hutchinson was a patient sufferer in his illness, covering a period of several months, although confined to his bed five weeks, and given every care and attention which loving hands could possibly give. Using his own words, he "went down the valley" Saturday morning March 6th at 2:00 o'clock at the age of fifty-eight years, two months and fifteen days, realizing that, "Rest comes at length, though life be long and dreary; the day must dawn and darksome night be past; all journeys end in welcome to the weary; and Heaven, the heart's true home, will come at last."

Montezuma Republican, March, 1926

Death of a brotherThomas Johnston Hutchinson
July 10, 1927 (aged 74 years)
Burial of a brotherThomas Johnston Hutchinson
July 12, 1927 (aged 74 years)
Death of a wifeMargaret Ann McClain
March 17, 1930 (aged 77 years)
Burial of a wifeMargaret Ann McClain
March 20, 1930 (aged 77 years)
Address: Masonic-IOOF Cemetery
Death of a brotherJohn Hutchinson Jr
December 27, 1933 (aged 81 years)
Burial of a brotherJohn Hutchinson Jr
December 29, 1933 (aged 81 years)
Note: Masonic-IOOF Cemetery

Masonic-IOOF Cemetery

CEDAR RAPIDS MAN BURIED HERE FRIDAY John Hutchinson Laid to Rest in Montezuma Cemetery Lived on Farm Northeast of Montezuma for Several Years Later in Hardware Business

John (Jr) Hutchinson - March 28, 1850 - December 27, 1933

Funeral services for John Hutchinson of Cedar Rapids, were held here Friday afternoon from the Methodist Church at two o'clock. The Rev J H Krenmeyre, pastor of the church. Dr George Blagg of New Sharon, formerly pastor of the local church and of the family preached the sermon. Burial was made in the local cemetery. The committal service of the Masonic lodge was given by Dr A B Graham, past master, assisted by the officers of the lodge. The pall bearers were old acquaintances, William Dodds, B J Powell, A C Heath, George F Johnston, W N Stone, and R J Smith. Mrs C W Gorsuch, Mrs J Lea Taylor, W L Pollard and A C Heath, accompanied by Esther Moore at the organ, sang "Gathering Home" and "One Day Nearer Home". Mr Hutchinson died Wednesday evening, December 27th at a hospital in Cedar Rapids, where he was taken that morning. The body was brought to the Steffy funeral home here the same evening. Mr Hutchinson had made his home with his daughter in Cedar Rapids for several years. He was a prominent farmer in this community and later a business man. John Hutchinson, son of John and Mary Ann Hutchinson, was born March 28, 1850, and departed this life, December 27, 1933 at Cedar Rapids, Iowa at the age of 83 years, 8 months, and 29 days. He was born in Rock Island County, Illinois and lived there with his parents and seven brothers and one sister until a young man of twenty, when he came to Iowa with his brother, Joseph, eighteen, driving in a lumber wagon from Preemption, Illinois to Scott Township, eight miles south of Brooklyn, Iowa where they built an unplastered shack of native lumber on the prairie. They lived there eighteen months, improving their father's farm. The family moved there in spring of 1872. He married Mary Elizabeth Arthur November 5, 1879. To this union three children, John Charles who died at the age of 6, and Edith and Ivy. They lived on their farm five miles northeast of Montezuma until 1905 when they moved to Montezuma where he was engaged in the hardware business. His wife preceded him in death April 1, 1914, after which he moved to Cedar Rapids, making his home with his daughter Edith. He is survived by his two daughters, Mrs A L Fuller of Cedar Rapids, Iowa and Mrs H E McCombie of Winterset, Iowa; five grand-children, Marabelle, Richard and Mildred Fuller, Jack and Bobbie McCombie; one sister, Mary Hutchinson and two brothers, Joseph and Henry Hutchinson of Montezuma. Mr Hutchinson was made a member of the Methodist church of Montezuma and the Masonic Lodge. He was widely known and he numbered his friends by his acquaintances. Although his last illness was of long duration, he was patient through it all and counted the days until he would be out with his many friends again.

The Montezuma Republican, January, 1934

Death of a brotherSamuel Henry Hutchinson
May 11, 1944 (aged 91 years)
Burial of a brotherSamuel Henry Hutchinson
May 14, 1944 (aged 91 years)
Note: Masonic-IOOF Cemetery

Masonic-IOOF Cemetery

S H HUTCHINSON WAS EARLY PIONEER, PASSED AWAY THURSDAY AT MONTE HOSPITAL, FUNERAL SERVICES SAID SUNDAY FROM METHODIST CHURCH BY REV M D WYATT

Samuel Henry Hutchinson long-time prominent farmer of Scott Township, passed away at the Montezuma Hospital, Thursday following a three-weeks illness. For the past 26 years he has lived in the city, but never forgot his farm or the work there. Funeral services were said Sunday afternoon from the Methodist Church of which he was a member and were conducted by the Rev Merton Wyatt, pastor of the church. Mrs C W Gorsuch sang "The Old Rugged Cross" and "Home of the Soul" and was accompanied by Esther Moore. Pall bearers were: Henry Hutchinson, Nile Hutchinson, Harold Hutchinson, Merrell Hutchinson, John Hutchinson and Al Fuller. Mr Hutchinson was an early day farmer here and saw the rough prairie ground broken, roads built, telephones installed and all the modern conveniences. He was happy to stop and visit when time permitted and took an interest in people. A large number were present to attend the service. OBITUARY Samuel Henry Hutchinson, son of John and Mary Ann Johnston Hutchinson, was born in Rock Island County, Illinois, May 18, 1863 and departed this life at Montezuma Hospital, May 11, 1944, aged 80 years, 11 months and 23 days. He came with his parents to Poweshiek County, Iowa in 1872 and lived in the old Hutchinson farm home in Scott township until 26 years ago, when he and his sister, Mary, moved to their new home in Montezuma. He always retained an active interest in his farms in Scott township up to the time of his illness some three weeks ago. Henry was one of a family of nine children. His parents and six brothers have preceded him in death and he is survived by his brother, Joseph and sister, Mary, to whom he has administered for several years. His kindness to them and to his nieces and nephews and other relatives will ever be cherished as a loving memory. He was baptized and confirmed in the Episcopalian Church at an early age, however, after coming to Montezuma, he attended the Methodist Church in this city. Henry was a man of high ideals, everybody's friend, and lived a life worthy of emulation.

Montezuma Republican, May, 1944

Death of a sisterMary Elizabeth Hutchinson
November 14, 1944 (aged 92 years)
Note: Masonic-IOOF Cemetery

Masonic-IOOF Cemetery

MARY HUTCHINSON BURIED THURSDAY

Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock for Mary E Hutchinson, who passed away at her home Tuesday morning, November 14. Rev Merton Wyatt had charge of the services, and Mrs Laura Gorsuch sang, with Esther Moore furnishing the music. Pallbearers were Henry Hutchinson, Nile Hutchinson, Marrell Hutchinson, Harold Hutchinson, Earl Shearer, and Henry Anderson. Burial was in the local cemetery. Mary Elizabeth Hutchinson, daughter of John and Mary Ann Johnston Hutchinson, was born in Rock Island County, Illinois, February 21, 1859, and departed this life at her home in Montezuma, November 14, 1944, at the age of 85 years, 8 months and 24 days. She came with her parents to Poweshiek County, Iowa in 1872 and lived on the old Hutchinson farm home in Scott Township until 26 years ago when she moved to their new home in Montezuma. Mary was one of a family of nine children. Her parents and seven brothers have preceded her in death and she is survived by one brother, Joseph, who has shared her home for the past twelve years. Aunt Mary was always a home-loving woman and nothing gave her greater joy than the visits of her neices and nephews and friends. She was always ready and willing in so far as she was able, to do anything she could for them. Her kindness to them will always be cherished as a loving memory. She was baptized in the Episcopalian Church at an early age, however after coming to Montezuma she attended the Methodist Church in this city. Aunt Mary was a woman of high ideals and everybody's friend.

Montezuma Republican, Montezuma, Iowa, November 23, 1944

Montezuma Republican, 23 November 1944

Death July 24, 1948 (aged 95 years)
newspaper
OBITUARY
July 26, 1948 (2 days after death)
Address: Montezuma Republican
Note: OBITUARY

OBITUARY JOE HUTCHINSON WAS BURIED ON MONDAY Died Saturday Night Following Long Illness Was Nearly 96 Years Old Was Prominent Farmer and Land Owner

Funeral services were said over the body of Joseph Hutchinson, Monday afternoon at two o'clock from the Steffy Funeral Home. The Rev D E Freeman, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, was in charge of services. Mr Hutchinson passed away Saturday night, following a long illness. He was nearly 96 at the time of death. He with his brother, John, came to this vicinity from Illinois when but 17 years old. Through his long, useful and active life, he was a strong and sturdy worker, industrious and known as a "good farmer". Mrs Laura Gorsuch sang "Rock of Ages" and "After". She was accompanied by Alice Underwood. Casket bearers were Wayne Hutchinson, Eugene Baker, Stanley Hutchinson, J B Snyder, Forrest and John Gorsuch. Mr Baker filled the place of Maynard Hutchinson who is in New York City.

Montezuma Republican, July 26, 1948

JOE HUTCHINSON photograph The above picture of Mr Hutchinson was taken October 11th, in 1942. The family had gathered at the Ray Hutchinson home for a birthday dinner. The picture was taken from the family group. Mr Hutchinson enjoyed his birthday party and told of his boyhood on the prairie. OBITUARY Joseph Hutchinson, son of John and Mary Ann Hutchinson, was born October 11, 1852, and departed this life July 24 in Montezuma, at the age of 95 years, 9 months and 13 days. He was born in Rock Island County, Illinois and lived there with his parents and seven brothers and one sister. At the age of seventeen, came to Iowa, driving in a lumber wagon from Preemption, Illinois, he with his older brother, John, to Scott Township, eight miles south of Brooklyn. Here they built an unplastered shack of native lumber on the prairie. They lived there eighteen months, improving their father's farm. His father's family moved there in the spring of 1872. He was confirmed in the Episcopal Church in Illinois when a young man. Later he attended the United Presbyterian Church at Fairview and the Presbyterian Church at Montezuma. On March 25, 1879, he was united in marriage to Margaret Ann McLain at Brooklyn. To this union five children were born: Frank, John, Ray, Henry and Myrtle. Frank and John have preceded him in death. They lived on their farm northeast of Montezuma until 1915 when they moved to Montezuma. Mrs Hutchinson passed away March 17, 1930. Mr Hutchinson was the last of the Hutchinson family, his brothers and sister having gone before.

Burial July 26, 1948 (2 days after death)
Note: Masonic-IOOF Cemetery
Family with parents
father
John Hutchinson, 1824-1882
18241882
Birth: April 25, 1824 33 31Galloon Parish, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Death: October 11, 1882Scott Township, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
mother
18231885
Birth: January 1, 1823 32 23Mount Darby, Rosslea, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Death: May 25, 1885Scott Township, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Marriage
Marriage: December 10, 1847Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
9 months
elder brother
18481849
Birth: September 2, 1848 24 25Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: June 4, 1849Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
19 months
elder brother
18501933
Birth: March 28, 1850 25 27Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: December 27, 1933Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa, United States of America
3 years
himself
Joseph Hutchinson 1852-1948
18521948
Birth: October 11, 1852 28 29Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: July 24, 1948Montezuma, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
4 years
younger brother
18561926
Birth: August 15, 1856 32 33Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: January 22, 1926Oakland, Alameda County, California, United States of America
19 months
younger sister
18581944
Birth: February 21, 1858 33 35Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: November 14, 1944Montezuma, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
4 years
younger brother
Thomas Johnston Hutchinson 1861-1927
18611927
Birth: September 25, 1861 37 38Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: July 10, 1927Montezuma, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
20 months
younger brother
18631944
Birth: May 18, 1863 39 40Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: May 11, 1944Montezuma, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
5 years
younger brother
18671926
Birth: December 20, 1867 43 44Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: March 6, 1926Scott Township, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
3 years
younger brother
18711873
Birth: April 5, 1871 46 48Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: March 21, 1873Scott Township, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Family with Margaret Ann McClain
himself
Joseph Hutchinson 1852-1948
18521948
Birth: October 11, 1852 28 29Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: July 24, 1948Montezuma, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
wife
18611930
Birth: 1861Coal Valley Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: March 17, 1930Montezuma, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Marriage
Marriage: March 25, 1879Brooklyn, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
12 months
son
18801921
Birth: March 4, 1880 27 19Scott Township, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: October 7, 1921Scott Township, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
2 years
son
18821889
Birth: April 15, 1882 29 21Scott Township, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: November 23, 1889Scott Township, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
5 years
son
18861971
Birth: December 23, 1886 34 25Scott Township, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: January 9, 1971Oskaloosa, Mahaska County, Iowa, United States of America
3 years
son
18901965
Birth: April 27, 1890 37 29Scott Township, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: August 6, 1965Oskaloosa, Mahaska County, Iowa, United States of America
6 years
daughter
18961977
Birth: April 19, 1896 43 35Scott Township, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: March 28, 1977Montezuma, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
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OBITUARY JOE HUTCHINSON WAS BURIED ON MONDAY Died Saturday Night Following Long Illness Was Nearly 96 Years Old Was Prominent Farmer and Land Owner

Funeral services were said over the body of Joseph Hutchinson, Monday afternoon at two o'clock from the Steffy Funeral Home. The Rev D E Freeman, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, was in charge of services. Mr Hutchinson passed away Saturday night, following a long illness. He was nearly 96 at the time of death. He with his brother, John, came to this vicinity from Illinois when but 17 years old. Through his long, useful and active life, he was a strong and sturdy worker, industrious and known as a "good farmer". Mrs Laura Gorsuch sang "Rock of Ages" and "After". She was accompanied by Alice Underwood. Casket bearers were Wayne Hutchinson, Eugene Baker, Stanley Hutchinson, J B Snyder, Forrest and John Gorsuch. Mr Baker filled the place of Maynard Hutchinson who is in New York City.

Montezuma Republican, July 26, 1948

JOE HUTCHINSON photograph The above picture of Mr Hutchinson was taken October 11th, in 1942. The family had gathered at the Ray Hutchinson home for a birthday dinner. The picture was taken from the family group. Mr Hutchinson enjoyed his birthday party and told of his boyhood on the prairie. OBITUARY Joseph Hutchinson, son of John and Mary Ann Hutchinson, was born October 11, 1852, and departed this life July 24 in Montezuma, at the age of 95 years, 9 months and 13 days. He was born in Rock Island County, Illinois and lived there with his parents and seven brothers and one sister. At the age of seventeen, came to Iowa, driving in a lumber wagon from Preemption, Illinois, he with his older brother, John, to Scott Township, eight miles south of Brooklyn. Here they built an unplastered shack of native lumber on the prairie. They lived there eighteen months, improving their father's farm. His father's family moved there in the spring of 1872. He was confirmed in the Episcopal Church in Illinois when a young man. Later he attended the United Presbyterian Church at Fairview and the Presbyterian Church at Montezuma. On March 25, 1879, he was united in marriage to Margaret Ann McLain at Brooklyn. To this union five children were born: Frank, John, Ray, Henry and Myrtle. Frank and John have preceded him in death. They lived on their farm northeast of Montezuma until 1915 when they moved to Montezuma. Mrs Hutchinson passed away March 17, 1930. Mr Hutchinson was the last of the Hutchinson family, his brothers and sister having gone before.

Burial

Masonic-IOOF Cemetery

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Masonic-IOOF Cemetery

JOE HUTCHINSON WAS BURIED ON MONDAY Died Saturday Night Following Long Illness Was Nearly 96 Years Old Was Prominent Farmer and Land Owner

Funeral services were said over the body of Joseph Hutchinson, Monday afternoon at two o'clock from the Steffy Funeral Home. The Rev D E Freeman, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, was in charge of services. Mr Hutchinson passed away Saturday night, following a long illness. He was nearly 96 at the time of death. He with his brother, John, came to this vicinity from Illinois when but 17 years old. Through his long, useful and active life, he was a strong and sturdy worker, industrious and known as a "good farmer". Mrs Laura Gorsuch sang "Rock of Ages" and "After". She was accompanied by Alice Underwood. Casket bearers were Wayne Hutchinson, Eugene Baker, Stanley Hutchinson, J B Snyder, Forrest and John Gorsuch. Mr Baker filled the place of Maynard Hutchinson who is in New York City.

Montezuma Republican, July 26, 1948

JOE HUTCHINSON photograph The above picture of Mr Hutchinson was taken October 11th, in 1942. The family had gathered at the Ray Hutchinson home for a birthday dinner. The picture was taken from the family group. Mr Hutchinson enjoyed his birthday party and told of his boyhood on the prairie. OBITUARY Joseph Hutchinson, son of John and Mary Ann Hutchinson, was born October 11, 1852, and departed this life July 24 in Montezuma, at the age of 95 years, 9 months and 13 days. He was born in Rock Island County, Illinois and lived there with his parents and seven brothers and one sister. At the age of seventeen, came to Iowa, driving in a lumber wagon from Preemption, Illinois, he with his older brother, John, to Scott Township, eight miles south of Brooklyn. Here they built an unplastered shack of native lumber on the prairie. They lived there eighteen months, improving their father's farm. His father's family moved there in the spring of 1872. He was confirmed in the Episcopal Church in Illinois when a young man. Later he attended the United Presbyterian Church at Fairview and the Presbyterian Church at Montezuma. On March 25, 1879, he was united in marriage to Margaret Ann McLain at Brooklyn. To this union five children were born: Frank, John, Ray, Henry and Myrtle. Frank and John have preceded him in death. They lived on their farm northeast of Montezuma until 1915 when they moved to Montezuma. Mrs Hutchinson passed away March 17, 1930. Mr Hutchinson was the last of the Hutchinson family, his brothers and sister having gone before.